Very Promising iPhone 4S Unlock is in the Works

Very Promising iPhone 4S Unlock is in the Works

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MuscleNerd from the iPhone Dev-Team has announced that a very promising iPhone 4S unlock is in the works.

Crazy Thanksgiving weekend! Very promising 4S unlock ( is in the works (Not i4, just 4S..that's crazy part)

This is excellent news for iPhone 4S users; although it will leave many iPhone 4 owners disappointed.

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Very Promising iPhone 4S Unlock is in the Works
Pugo - November 29, 2011 at 4:58pm
Untethered jailbreak and unlock for 4 and 4S, will there ever be a thing like that? I hope! Guys don't flame me, just asking. Peace!
James - November 29, 2011 at 2:33pm
I hope they do it before I leave for my business travel abroad. I hate paying overpriced international rates. Good luck and more power!
d - November 29, 2011 at 3:11pm
Uhhh wrong.. On average most international rates are cheaper than in the US usually with better service. If you want an unlocked phone then you need to buy one and stop depending on others to supply you with a solution that you need. Stop being cheap.
James - November 29, 2011 at 4:51pm
@d Let me ask you, how many trips outside the US have you done? How many foreign countries have you done business with? How did you know I was wrong? I frequently travel and do business trips to 9 foreign countries and if you will see my phone bills, you wouldn't even call me cheap. I am always on the phone when I am outside the US. I will try to save however and whenever I want to. And you Sir have to know the facts first before you call me cheap. Just because you checked the rates online doesn't mean you're Mr. Know-It-All.
dt - November 29, 2011 at 5:03pm
@james, Which of my passports would you like to see? The blue one or the black State Department passport? I am currently living in Europe right now, after a stint in the Mid East. So, yeah, I would say that I have a pretty good grip on cellular prices. Your statement was misleading, and I will correct you now. The US, next the Mid East has about the highest roaming charges globally, but the Mid East prices are coming down while the US still remain high. On average Europe has cheaper prices within Europe, but because the European operators were caught colluding on prices, they are forced to lower their prices and are cheaper on average. So again, your statement was misleading. If you are talking about the US, they you have a point, but if you are painting with a broad brush, you are wrong. While I don't profess to know everything, I can say that I am quite sure I can match you country for country and surpass you by quite a few, as well as knowing about calling international. The cheap comment, I think still stands, was in reference to your international traveling. If you are working for a company that requires you to phone while abroad, they would naturally be responsible for your costs. If you pick them up, then it would behoove you to spring for an unlocked phone rather than waiting on someone else. Don't you think this makes biz sense?
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